What A Year! spends every day reading through scientific journals, conference programs and science websites to find the best breakthroughs on which to report.
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Our archive has all the monthly What A Year! stories from the last seven school years. You can check it out and enjoy the ones you missed. Just click here.
Each month of the school year (September – June) you can learn about medical breakthroughs, what they might mean for future cures and treatments, and a little about the people who dedicate their lives to research.